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Hydro One billing problems an Ontario-wide concern, posted on the Manitoulin Expositor

Islanders, and Ontarians in general, will finally have their Hydro One billing complaints addressed thanks to Ontario Ombudsman Andre Marin’s announcement last week that he will be conducting an investigation into complaints of billing and customer service problems with Hydro One. [Read More…]  

Hydro One probe by ombudsman gets 2,500 more complaints, posted on CBC News

Since Ontario’s ombudsman announced an investigation into Hydro One’s billing practices and customer service last week, his office has received almost 2,500 more complaints. With the total now at 3,100, Ontario’s ombudsman has told his followers on Twitter not to despair. [Read More…]  

Quebec’s backing of Anticosti oil drilling has changed the game, says industry spokesperson by Nicolas Van Praet, posted on the Ottawa Citizen

The Quebec government had to put some money in the game if it was to have any hope of stoking a domestic oil industry, says the head of the province’s oil sector lobby group. [Read More…]  

How to Win Bigger than the Bakken, posted on BayStreet.Ca

In Part 1 I explained how Argentina’s Vaca Muerta shale is the only international play—so far—that looks like it could be bigger than the Bakken. For investors, the challenge is that most of the activity in Argentina today is controlled by major companies. Names like Shell, ExxonMobil, EOG Resources and Total. Those stocks are not the kind of pure plays that will give investors serious upside from a big discovery.  [Read More…]  

Could we be entering a golden age of gas?, posted on the Bangkok Post

The potential for a golden age of gas comes with a big ”if” regarding environmental and social impacts. The International Energy Agency (IEA) believes that this age of gas can be golden and that unconventional…  [Read More…]  

Encana Corp beats Street expectations as liquid production rises by Rebecca Penty, posted on the Financial Post Encana adjusted profit beats as liquids production rises by Rebecca Penty, posted on Reuters Canada

Encana Corp., Canada’s largest natural gas producer, beat analysts’ estimates for the fourth quarter as it raised oil and liquids output. Excluding one-time items, the company’s 31-cent per-share profit exceeded the 18-cent average of 16 estimates compiled by Bloomberg. Its net loss widened to $251 million from $80 million a year earlier, the Calgary-based company said today in a statement on Marketwired. [Read More…]  

Industry urged to change hydraulic fracturing ‘conversation’ by Rachael Seeley, posted on the Oil & Gas Journal

The oil and gas industry needs to change the conversation about hydraulic fracturing by engaging with the public to demystify the process and highlighting efforts to reduce the environmental footprints of drilling and completion. [Read More…]    

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